House Republicans will pick their nominee for speaker Thursday, but the contest for majority leader—and possibly for majority whip—will wait until after Oct. 29.
Democrats hope to capitalize on a top Republican’s comment linking the House Benghazi panel to Clinton’s poll numbers.
The move comes days after House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy credited the panel with hurting Clinton’s presidential campaign.
Rep. Jason Chaffetz says it was 'absolutely flat-out wrong' for Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to pledge to keep agencies open.
Agency head altered recollection of who accessed lawmaker’s file.
Measure uses Overseas Contingency Operations funds to offer additional money to the Defense Department over the sequestration caps.
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Representative Jason Chaffetz may run for speaker after criticizing the frontrunner’s comments about the Benghazi investigation and Hillary Clinton.
Bill that would overturn the Affordable Care Act’s expansion of the small-group insurance market.
The candidate has high negatives, but still leads in the polls.
Democrats are trying to capitalize on the likely next speaker’s assertion that put a partisan gloss on the Benghazi panel. Republicans want to move on.